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There is a problem in fairyland; fairy dust is running out. Tina is a tiny fairy who wishes to solve this problem and prove to all the other fairies that she is needed. She embarks on a search for a stable source of the dust. Tina uses her ability to hear what others cannot to help her in her quest. She follows the sounds and flies into town, where her search proves to be more difficult than she imagined. Tina taps on trees and many other places with her wand but finds only insects, vegetables, and animals. She does not give up because she believes there is no other position for her in fairyland; finding a stable source of fairy dust is all she has. Finally, Tina comes across a boy with a loose tooth, hanging upside down in a jungle gym. When she taps on the tooth, Tina is amazed to discover that it contains fairy dust. Excited, Tina devises a plan to ensure all the children on earth give their baby teeth to fairies. Follow Tina on her quest and see how she became the first tooth fairy in Tina the First Tooth Fairy by Bruce F. Scharschmidt.
Bruce F. Scharschmidt showcases his creative storytelling and imagination in Tina the First Tooth Fairy. We all know the story; place your baby tooth under your pillow before you sleep, and you will find it replaced with a coin the following day. Tina the First Tooth Fairy adds a new layer to this well-known tale. It places Tina at the center of this idea and showcases her determined spirit and clever mind. Apart from the story, I also loved the beautiful illustrations by Mathilde Millot, complementing the story perfectly. I loved Tina's tiny form and blushing face; they made her look cute and friendly. I recommend Tina the First Tooth Fairy to all parents; it will give your children the story of the first tooth fairy.